John Romano of Romano Law Group in West Palm Beach, Florida discussing why he chose HMR Funding for his plaintiff’s medical funding needs.
Understanding how and when to use a Medical Finance company to get full Charged Bills admissible at trial in California Personal Injury Cases
Learn from a professional how to best screen and structure your serious injury cases to include the full hospital charge master charges your client has taken on while recovering from injuries caused by the negligence of another.
During this webinar with Jesse Chrisp, an award winning personal injury attorney in California, you’ll learn the details behind getting the full medical bills admitted at trial when your clients care was obtained by using an assignment later sold to a medical finance company.
Joey James, a toxic tort lawyer with Bunch and James discusses how HMR Funding helped his clients pay for desperately needed medical care while he fought for justice.
Matt Powell of Matt Law discusses why he works with HMR Funding on serious personal injury cases where his plaintiffs need medical care and cannot afford to pay for it before the case settles.
A better understanding of the seriousness of a TBI can help your client get the treatment they may need and the verdict they deserve.
During this webinar with John Zacharias and his nationally renowned team at Advantage Healthcare Systems you’ll learn about TBI identification and treatment options for your clients.
– TBI Assessment – Simple screening options (including a TBI questionnaire)
– Process and timeframes for evaluation, such as neurologist, then neuropsychologist
– Types of care; Day program, In-home and Telemedicine
– Early identification and better medical results
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